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July 15, 2015, 11:35 PM

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Two foos ball tables and air hockey.  We are so ready for youth camps!

This week we are hosting Innerstate 180 which is comprised of 4 church youth groups from Dixon.  Great kids, wonderful leaders spending quality time with each other and God.   Many came to the campfire from Chapel with tears in their eyes last night.  You could sense God's presence and working in their lives.




July 15, 2015, 11:28 PM

New-to-camp pews


Worship is happening!

The chapel is being used by campers....

concrete stained flooring and sturdy pews.  

God is good!




June 13, 2015, 12:00 AM

New Pews for Chapel


What a day!  This group supported/loaded 25 pews in one hour in Ukiah.  Meanwhile a group from Cloverdale was removing the ol' pews from the chapel so the concrete floor could get power washed.
 
Two trucks hauled them to Cazadero where 2 Eagle Scouts and their troop helped us unload them.  It was quite the sight to see the 3 layers of pews going down Hwy 101, even through Guerneville. It all worked. Once again...the body of  Christ in Action~~~~~
God is so good! 
 
God's house is being revitalized.  Many thanks to all involved and Brian Chandler  for heading up this big project.  



December 11, 2014, 2:00 PM

Asante Children's Choir


As Christians we take care of widows and orphans.  That's what we do.  When we had an opportunity to host Asante we did not hesitate.

We did an outreach into the community in partnership with Cazadero Community Church to bring these lil' ones to to the area for a concert in our chapel.   Next was the phone call, can you house them for the week?  Absoluletly!  Curt volunteered to cook, Loretta rounded up 21 sleeping bags and on Tuesday, Dec 9th the 45' bus crossed the bridge into camp. 21 children, taken off the streets of Uganda, 5 leaders, 2 bus drivers from Portland, Pat Park the area coordinator and lots of rain all descended upon Camp Caz. Our hearts were immediately touched by their big smiles and grateful spirits.  All caregivers are called "Auntie" or "Uncle" and the children give LOTS of HUGS!  Their devotions are a thrill to experience with the children leading praise music, dancing and lots of drumming.  Not all the children are orphans, some have single parents that cannot afford to care for their children.  All have seen great suffering, yet are full of JOY!

In spite of heavy rains which prevented people from coming long distances, we had 46 locals brave the storms and with the 30 Asante group, we had a total of 76 in the chapel for a lively performance of "Jericho....moving forward".  The children did a redition of "Hark, the Herald Angel Sing" that is stuck in my head with it's great beat and many of us cried during "Silent Night".  I have been so blessed to be a part of loving these lil' ones and giving them a glass of water, literally, as Jesus commands us to do.  

I'm going to see them on Friday night to fill up my hug quota. They are singing in many venues around Sonoma County and I pray you get a chance to experience their love for Jesus and their JOY!




May 26, 2014, 6:00 PM

Jenness Park meets Camp Caz


The Director of Jenness Park, Barry Lloyd came to Caz with his wonderful family.  We had an insightful weekend of learning from the best.  Barry gave us good advice regarding camp operations.  We had good food, fun and fellowship around the campfire.  We were so encouraged by their support and prayers.  We're so glad we're a part of the family of God!

"We always thank God for all of you and continually mention you in our prayers."  I Thessalonians 1:2

 


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